The 6 best ways to remove nail polish without a remover

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Pns: A good manicure doesn't last forever, we know! It all begins with the hideous chipping, which can break your look. Be it an important meeting or your dinner date, chipped nails are never impressive. So, what do you do if you don't have a nail polish remover handy? Peel your polish off and make it even worse? That's one thing you should avoid! Using your nails or any tool to peel off the polish without an adhesive can make your nails dry and even get tiny scratches. To avoid all this and the save your nails, we've got the right kind of alternatives you can try.



From using a perfume to a toothpaste, here are 6 alternatives that you can try to remove your polish.

1. Toothpaste

All you need to do for this hack is rub a little bit of toothpaste on your nails with an old toothbrush. The paste contains ethyl acetate which is also present in the polish remover.

2. Deodorant

Another way to remove your polish is to use a deodorant. Just spray it on your nails and rub with a cotton pad. This may take more than one try, a little more time than your regular removers.

3. Hand sanitizer

Chances of carrying a hand sanitizer over polish remover are more. Put a little bit of the sanitizer on the cotton ball and rub on the nails. Repeat till you get the results.

4. Perfume

Just like the deodorant, a perfume can also come to your rescue! Spritz some on a tissue paper and rub on your nails. Many women swear by this hack, which works surprisingly.

5. Hairspray

Sprays which contain rubbing alcohol is the next best alternative for a nail polish remover. You can use a hairspray to remove the polish by spritzing on your nails. For this hack, you would quickly need to wipe otherwise the cotton pad can stick on your nails.

6. Top coat

If you have a nail polish top coat then there is no need to worry. All you need to do is apply the top coat on the nail polish and quickly wipe it off with a cotton pad. The top coat needs to be wet which helps to peel off the polish.


PNS/Tamanna Khan

 

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